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Ground Control Tent Peg


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You could be forgiven for thinking all tent pegs are equal. But it's not the case. The lightweight Sea to Summit Ground Control Tent Peg is a pointy little symbol of innovation. 

Made from strong-as-an-aircraft 6061-T6 alloy, this peg will never bend and feature multiple guy points along its length incase you can only whack it in so far. A glow in the dark pull loop (charged by the sun!) makes it a breeze to pull out when you pack up.

At a wee 14g, this is the tent stake for the ultralight trekker who looks at conventional tent accessories with disdain.

  • Made from durable annodised aluminium
  • Features a luminenscent pull loop
  • Multiple points for easy guying
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External Dimensions:
7.9L x 1.1W cm
Packed Dimensions:
18L x 1.5W x 1.5H cm
Anodised 6061-T6 alloy
0.014 Kg
1 Year

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Weight1 answer

The details on the webpage state that this peg is 14g. The listed details on the right of the description says that it is 6g. How much does the peg weigh?

- Hawthorn(4 months ago)

G'day Michael,

Thanks for pointing this out. 0.014 Kg (14g) is the weight of each Sea to Summit Ground Control Tent Peg.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

So you can hit these into firm or hard ground and they wont bend, correct?1 answer

- Bundarra NSW(1 year ago)

Everything has limitations Ric, and at some stage common sense must prevail. These are designed to take more of a pounding than regular round or 'U' shaped pegs, but given they are made to suit the lightweight hiker, there are definitely situations where a heavy strike combined with particularly hard ground will result in another dimension being added to one of these pegs, you would want to back off and re-locate the peg if it feels like this is going to happen.

- Snowys(1 year ago)
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